We're rain free for most today. Watch for patchy fog this morning through 9AM. Clouds will be increasing ahead of the storm system that arrives tonight. A stray shower is not ruled out for counties in north Georgia by 3PM. Measurable rain however is not expected.
Temperatures stay in the upper 70s for one more day. Monday looks to be 10 degrees cooler.
Tomorrow will bring a soggy and dreary day. Rain begins from 12AM-3AM early in the morning becoming widespread during the day. It looks to for many locations getting 1" to 3". Higher amounts possible for those west of I-75 where locally a few areas could see 4".
Newest forecast models are speeding this system up. Which means, the rain will likely be done by Monday night. I'm seeing the highest rain rates though during the day from 10AM-3PM. Tuesday morning will be cooler in the upper 40s with increasing sun during the day. A fall chill arrives in the middle of the week. Wednesday looks to be the coldest part of the week, where some areas may not hit 60!
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8AM....Fair/Patchy Fog, 53º
12PM...Partly Cloudy, 68º
3PM...Mostly Cloudy, 76º
Cool and Sunny
Isolated Showers, Thunder
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